Burning the Quran

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GCG (September 08, 2010, 09:31:17 AM):


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THE pastor of a small Florida church has promised to hold a Koran burning in defiance of a top US commander who warned his actions will spark violent reactions in the Islamic world.
But the pastor insisted that the Koran torching to be held on Saturday aimed "to remember those who were brutally murdered on September 11th" and to send a warning "to the radical element of Islam".

what a fucktard.

some people here might agree with this dude, but i think he's an epic douche.
he recons he plans to burn the quran, since it contains lies, but then he needs to burn the bible too.
and the whole christian nation will be up in arms if someone burnt the bible.
this is just A-class, eternal, shit-stirring material.
Faerie (September 08, 2010, 09:35:20 AM):
Ag, its ok, the US obviously have plenty of tall buildings they want to demolish.

Its farked-up, classic case of my god's more peace-loving than yours..... and really, what is this if not racisim dressed up with a cross? Its a hate-crime, nothing more, nothing less.

I'm tired of all this religious crap.
Lilli (September 08, 2010, 09:55:29 AM):
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...But the pastor insisted that the Koran torching to be held on Saturday aimed "to remember those who were brutally murdered on September 11th" and to send a warning "to the radical element of Islam".
Some people are just not all that clever, are they? (wtf!!) how exactly does burning a book aim to "remember those who were brutally murdered"? and what kind of a warning is that?! Seriously - 'fly planes into our buildings again and we'll.... we'll.... uhm... burn the book that you believe is the word of god despite the fact that there are a billion other copies of it available to anyone interested in reading it... sure, that'll show you!'
If a person, like this pastor, really wants to remember those people who died in the 9/11 attacks, how does he justify carrying out actions that he knows is more than likely to breed more violence.
cyghost (September 08, 2010, 10:01:52 AM):
Stupid is as stupid does I guess.
StevoMuso (September 08, 2010, 10:24:42 AM):
If a person, like this pastor, really wants to remember those people who died in the 9/11 attacks, how does he justify carrying out actions that he knows is more than likely to breed more violence.
Yup. His action will almost certainly stir up a hornets nest and possibly cause thousands more to be killed. He must be insane (oh yes, he's a pastor, goes with the territory I guess).

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Stupid is as stupid does I guess.

Says it all - nice post cyghost.

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